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Advisement and Testing Program

Specially trained advisors are assigned to new students based upon the student’s interest in a major. Students unsure of a major will be assigned an advisor who can assist in the exploration of potential courses of study. All students have the opportunity to see their advisors regularly. At registration periods, students must obtain the approval of their advisors for the schedule of courses elected. The Office of Academic Affairs and the Registrar offer additional academic advice to juniors and seniors.

At the time of matriculation, students will be given an opportunity to challenge their initial math placements which are determined by multiple data points from their high school transcript. Challenge examinations are scheduled during New Student Orientation and/or the first week of classes. Additional tests of learning styles and career interest are available from the Counseling Center. The results of the placement, learning styles, and career tests are used by the faculty, academic advisors, and students in selecting and scheduling courses, choosing a major, and making career decisions.